PORNOGRAPHICALLY-ABUSED CHILDREN: The Negative Effects of Grooming Children in Public Schools

Early exposures to pornographic images and verbiage are amongst the very best ways to facilitate lifelong sexual, emotional, educational, social, and mental health problems.  Here’s how pornographically-sexualized children can become dysfunctional, suicidal, and homicidal:

  1. Bisexual violence is greatly promoted via pornography in which the human body is objectified as a source of entertainment for adult pleasure.  Children used for such entertainment and/or exposed to it live, on the screen, in printed images, and text are cast into a world in which they are lost and cannot escape.  For instance, here’s an example of a story by a 10-year-old boy, sexually abused since age 3, that he wrote for school, reflecting his horrifying worldview of “Terror Island,” where we find in accompanying maps he drew such prominent features as “Mountains of Horror,” “Desert of Death,” “Lake of Doom,” and “Bottomless Lake”: “the lava burst into the air…. Only a few people and me lived.  It was kind of scary seeing all the corpses everywhere.” In the true worldview of sexualized children, such features are frighteningly real to them as they are horrors, terrors, death, and doom inescapably surrounding them.  In this case, the family consisted of professional parents living in a suburban home in which unrelated sexual predators repeatedly victimized children while the parents were home.
  2. Children exposed to pornography are likely to flounder all of their lives and never fully recover from their emotional problems emanating from pornography abuse.  Many become depressed, anxious, tense, angry, withdrawn, suicidal, and harm themselves through self-mutilations.  Some become homicidal, as their anger intensifies over the years.  Some become arsonists, sadists, or sexually- aggressive, especially to females.  As marriage partners, they may delight in withholding sex and/or inflicting pain during sex, even to the point of drawing blood.
  3. Children and teens preoccupied with pornographic images in their minds do not focus or concentrate on their studies.  They may make sketches in class of the images in their heads. They are distractible, irritable, and often unteachable. Their grades may plummet, as they are too afraid, too embarrassed, or too ashamed and guilt-ridden to confront their experiences openly. They retreat into silence about their terrors.  Their predators are ever-looming terrorists.
  4. Socially, children abused with pornography are likely to function at the extremes of anti-social behaviors – loners or youths constantly needing others around them.  The loners can become homicidal or fiercely entombed in themselves.  The attention-seekers may have early pregnancies, multiple early sexual partners, extreme trust/mistrust issues, deep insecurities, and drug addictions.
  5. In terms of mental health problems, children sexualized via pornography are at least as sexually-abused as children who are molested. Violence inherent in pornography becomes normalized in the course of human development, and sexualized children can present without conscience or compassion.  Contrarily, some sexualized youths rise to the heights of humanity’s best, through life-long struggles to overcome their early childhood traumas.

Often, sexualized children make terrible spouses, especially men whose ideals of womanhood can never be met by women practicing natural sex; for pornography is unnatural, unhealthy sexuality – not loving monogamous intimacy intended for a lifetime.  Rather, it is the objectification of the female body and dehumanization of women as sexual toys, to be used and discarded at will.

In the case of males, they may never have a healthy relationship with a woman. On his honeymoon night, a successful professional man, exposed to pornography from his youth, pled to his bride, “Do we have to have sex?” and continued to complain about sex for decades thereafter, as no woman could ever match his pornographic sexual fantasies.

Can children suffering pornography abuse overcome the terrors of their childhoods?  Thank goodness!  Can a society that permits children to be pornographically-abused overcome these crimes?  Let’s pray we fully and immediately repent our societal sins against children.

©Dr. Beverly Newman, Ed.D.  All rights reserved.


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